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Supporting Information Tetrabutylammonium Salts of Aluminum(III) and Gallium(III) Phthalocyanine Radical Anions Bonded with Fluoren-9-olato Anions and Indium(III) Phthalocyanine Bromide Radical Anions Dmitri V. Konarev,*[a] Salavat S. Khasanov,[b] Manabu Ishikawa,[c] Yoshiaki Nakano,[c, d] Akihiro Otsuka,[c, d] Hideki Yamochi,[c, d] Gunzi Saito,[e, f] and Rimma N. Lyubovskaya[a]

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Table S1. IR spectra of the starting compounds and salts 1 - 3 Components

(TBA+)(Br)

(Na+)(Fl=O)

MIIIPc

TBA+

Fluorenoneanions

C6H4Cl2

738s 883s 896s 922s 992s 1031m 1059m 1069m 1110s 1166s 1240m 1365m 1379m 1455s 1464s 1474s 2873w 2959w 722s 734s 756m 922m 1197m 1302m 1393s 1400s 1440s 1452s 1491s 1593s 1609m 1674m 3049w

AlIIIClPc2

(TBA+)2[AlIII (HFl-O) (Pc3)](Br) 1.5C6H2Cl2 (1)

GaIIIClPc2

(TBA+)2[GaIII (HFl-O) (Pc3)](Br) 1.5C6H2Cl2 (2)

InIIIClPc2

(TBA+) [InIIIBr(Pc3)] 0.875C6H4Cl2 0.125C6H14 (3)

433w 516w 574w 728s 762m 904w 1064s 1120m 1136m 1165w 1288m 1332s 1425w 1464w 1502m 1609w 3049w

438w 516w 572w 725s* 755s* 900w* 1066w* 1120s* 1167w* 1295m* 1328m 1423m 1471m* 1603w 3060w*

430w 507w 572w 733s 755m 780m 897m 1062s 1121s 1169m 1288m 1332s 1423m 1467w 1484w 1506m 1608w 3050w

439w 503w 570w 715s* 752s* 766w 897s* 1060w* 1110s* 1166w* 1290w* 1323w 1421w 1464s* 1475s* 1601w 3036w

438w 498w 635w 724s 749m 771m 885m 1059m 1084s 1118s 1285m 1332s 1473m 1610w 3045w

437w 492w 634w 711s 748s* 767m 880w* 1091m* 1114s* 1287m 1324m 1417s 1481m* 3049w

738s* 880w 900w* 1002w 1033w* 1066w* 1120s* 1167w 1379m 1456s* 1471m* 2872w 2959w

738m* 884m 897s* 923m* 993w 1031w* 1060w* 1070w 1110s* 1166w* 1240w 1366w 1380m 1454s* 1464s* 1475s* 2873w 2960w

725s* 738s* 755s* 1196w 1295m* 1456s* 1571w 3060w*

715s* 738m* 752s* 923m* 1399w 1408w 1454s* 1475s 1601w 3036w

658w 755s* 1033w* 1456s*

752s* 1031w* 1454s*

748s* 880w* 999w 1032w* 1114s* 1167m 1263w 1380w 1455s* 1481m* 2871w 2960w

658w 748s* 1032w* 1455s*

w – weak, m-middle, s – strong intensity; * - the bands are coincided.

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Fig. S1. IR spectrum of starting AlIIICl(Pc2) and salt 1 in KBr pellets. KBr pellet for 1 was prepared in the glove box. .

Fig. S2. IR spectrum of starting GaIIICl(Pc2) and salt 2 in KBr pellets. KBr pellet for 2 was prepared in the glove box. .

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Fig. S3. IR spectrum of starting InIIICl(Pc2) and salt 3 in KBr pellets. KBr pellet for 3 was prepared in the glove box.

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Data of magnetic measurements.

a

b

Fig. S4. Temperature dependences of effective magnetic moment (a) and reciprocal magnetic susceptibility of polycrystalline 2 (b).

a

b

Fig. S5. Temperature dependences of effective magnetic moment (a) reciprocal magnetic susceptibility of polycrystalline 3 (b).

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Data of EPR measurement for salt 2.

a

c

b

d

Fig. S6. EPR signal of polycrystalline 2 at 293 (a) and 4.2 K (b). The fitting of the signal by several Lorentzian lines is shown in middle and bottom; Temperature dependence of g-factor (c) and linewidth (d) of EPR signal of 2. Temperature of splitting of EPR signal into three (T1) and four (T2) lines.

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Fitting of the experimantal data by the Heisenberg models for antiferromagnetic coupling of spins.

J/kB = −1.1 K

Fig. S7. Fitting of the experimental data (black squares) for polycrystalline salt 1 by the Heisenberg model for two-dimensional square antiferromagnetic coupling of spins1 with . exchange interaction J/kB = − 1.1 K (red).

J/kB = −0.9 K

Fig. S8. Fitting of the experimental data (black squares) for polycrystalline salt 2 by the Heisenberg model for two-dimensional square antiferromagnetic coupling of spins1 with exchange interaction J/kB = − 0.9 K (red). 6

J/kB = − 10.8 K

Fig. S9. Temperature dependence of molar magnetic susceptibility of 3 (black squares) and approximation of the data by the Heisenberg model for pairs of antiferromagnetically coupling spins2 with exchange interaction of J/kB = -10.8 K (red curve).

References. 1. M. E. Lines, J. Phys. Chem. Solids 1970, 31, 101–l16. 2. J. S. Smart, In Magnetism III, Eds by G. T. Rado, H. Suhl, Academic Press, NY, 1963, p. 63.

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Table S2. Symmetry (Sym), number of imaginary frequencies (Nimag), state, total and relative energies (E and ΔE), and ⟨S2⟩ values of [Al(HFlO)(Pc3)] and [Al(Fl=O)(Pc3)]2 calculated at the UM11/6-31+G(d,p) level of theory Sym NImag State E / hartree ΔE / K ⟨S2⟩ 2 C1 0 A −2484.67848 − 0.822 [Al(HFlO)(Pc3)] [Al(Fl=O)(Pc3)]2 [Al(Fl=O)(Pc3)]2

C1 C1

0 0

1 3

A A

−2484.07236 −2484.07222

0 46.6

1.134 2.136

Table S3. Charge and spin densities in the 2A state of [Al(HFlO)(Pc3)] and the 1A state of [Al(Fl=O)(Pc3)]2 by Mulliken and natural population analyses at the UM11/6-31+G(d,p) level of theory. Charge Spin a b a MPA NPA MPA NPAb [Al(HFlO)(Pc3)] Al −0.201 2.020 −0.016 −0.002 Pc −1.164 −2.258 1.009 1.000 0.007 0.002 0.365 −0.760 HFlO [Al(Fl=O)(Pc3)]2 Al 0.126 2.024 Pc −1.702 −2.236 Fl=O 0.576 −0.787 a Mulliken population analysis. b Natural population analysis.

0.030 −0.999 0.969

0.003 −0.991 0.988

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Figure S10. (a) Top and (b) side views of optimized structure in the 1A state of [Al(Fl=O)(Pc3)]2 at the UM11/6-31+G(d,p) level of theory. (c) Top and (d) side views of the spin density distribution, where the isosurface value is 0.0016 electron/au3. The isosurfaces in blue and green denote the positive and negative spin density, respectively.

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